Guy Hollaway Interiors were commissioned to revamp the "Garrard" dining room housed beneath the arches of the belfry, at the top of a converted church famously known as ?The Mossimans Club?. We worked closely with Stephen Webster, the creative director at Garrard, to achieve an image that reflected the future look of Garrard.
The Garrard dining room is the largest private dining room in the club, suited for cocktail parties of up to 80 guests or dinner for up to 50. Diamonds, gemstones, bridal jewellery and silverware are several of the items that can be found displayed in black and silver cabinets lining the edge of the room.
The arches of the ceiling demonstrate the appearance of an upside down diamond and the interior space has been created to imitate the glistening apperance of a piece of Garrard jewellery. The walls are lined in opulent silver and black silk weaved wallpaper, the glass pendants include a hint of sapphire blue, a colour that appears in several of the Garrard jewellery designs. The centrepiece which consists of a silver mosaic fire place has a mirror and the Garrard logo imbedded into the mosaics.